W.Va. computer conference aimed at teaching about dangers of social media, online bullying


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HUNTINGTON, West Virginia — A computer safety conference is being offered in Huntington.

The conference will be held Monday and Tuesday at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena. It is free and open to the public.

Participants can learn about preventing online bullying, avoiding identity scams, keeping their information and computers safe, and avoiding the dangers of social media.

The conference is sponsored by the arena, the FBI, the Huntington Police Department, the Appalachian Institute of Digital Evidence and Marshall University's Department of Integrated Science and Technology.

For further information, contact Institute assistant professor John Sammons at (304) 696-7241.

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